CIDT is recruiting for a Research Assistant and Lecturers in International Development

11 May 2017
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CIDT is currently seeking three new people to join our team in the following roles:

Research Assistant

CIDT wishes to recruit an enthusiastic, people-centred international development professional to join our dynamic, multidisciplinary team. To be considered for this post you will have experience of international development work and be prepared to work both in UK and overseas. You will be qualified to Masters level in one of CIDT’s four thematic areas and will have a range of experience to offer and build upon. You will have strong flexible teamwork skills and be happy to work in a variety of roles in multidisciplinary teams. You will have an entrepreneurial outlook to your work. In this post you will be expected to proactively engage in business development and delivery in CIDT service areas in order to actively contribute to the Centre’s self-funding business model. You will be prepared to work flexibly across  the Centre’s thematic areas. Working to professional standards in French as well as English is desirable. We are looking for someone who is willing to be based in Shropshire and able to work out of our Telford office. The post will provide you with a wide range of opportunities for your own professional development and capacity building. You will be able to assist and work alongside experienced staff as well as begin to build your own portfolio of work.

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in International Development (2 posts)

CIDT  wishes to recruit an enthusiastic, people-centred international development professional to join our dynamic, multidisciplinary team. To be considered for this post you will have experience of international development work and be prepared to work both in UK and overseas. You will be qualified to Masters level in one of CIDT’s four thematic areas with a proven track record in your field. You will have experience in winning work through bidding or entrepreneurial approaches and have strong flexible team working skills. In this post you will be expected to proactively engage in business development and delivery in CIDT service areas in order to actively contribute to the Centre’s self-funding business model. You will be prepared to work flexibly across two or more of the Centre’s four thematic areas. It will be a strong advantage if you can work to professional standards in French as well as English. It will be an advantage if you have quantitative social research skills and university level teaching experience. We are looking for someone who is willing to be based in Shropshire and able to work out of the Telford office.